Monthly Archives: February 2011

Small is the Next Big Thing

Alcatel-Lucent’s Labs turned heads in February with the unveiling of its lightRadio Cube. Developed by the famed Bell Labs and small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, these tiny devices may serve as building blocks for super-small cell sites in the future. Continue reading

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Thinking of Your Tower Site As An Asset To Maximize

Sprint may cut 66,000 cell sites in the next 2 years. Is it time to panic? Not so fast. Here are the 5 key issues to consider when assessing your situation Continue reading

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Cell Site Lease Right of First Refusal: Your Rights and Options

Marc Carlson is a Site Development Officer in the North Central Region Do you have a cell tower site lease with a “Right of First Refusal” clause? How will it affect your ability to sell your lease for a lump … Continue reading

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Sprint Nextel Decommissioning—Time To Worry or Sit Tight?

you have seen the headlines about Sprint’s plans to remove a third of its existing 66,000 cell tower sites, you might wonder: Is it time to panic?
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